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sol en el hormiguero
Antonio Gala
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sol en el hormiguero

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96 pages
Published 1984 by Ediciones MK
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Mar 30, 2011 Alasse rated it really liked it
Shelves: plays
I saw this performed by my university's amateur theatre company. Apparently it had only been performed once before, after which it was censored due to its political symbolism. It's a allegory about dictatorship, with a guest appearance by Gulliver (yeah, the one from Gulliver's Travels). Very sarcastic, which is always a plus.
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Antonio Gala Velasco (born 2 October 1936) is a Spanish poet, playwright, novelist and writer.

Gala was born in Brazatortas, Ciudad Real (Castile-La Mancha), although he moved very soon to Córdoba and is widely considered an Andalusian.

A graduate in law, philosophy, politics and economics, he has written in a wide variety of genres, including journalism, short stories, essays and television scripts
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